Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 10, 2008
As the Christmas season draws near seasonal products seem to be popping up everywhere. If you go to the malls there are boutiques full of Christmas stuffed animals, hats and sweaters. Even the local barista's are getting in on the action. But, for a barista, the situation is a little different because holiday spirit isn't going to create a larger base of coffee consumers.
Still, to stay abreast of the competition it is important for local coffee house's to offer the one thing that a chain can't offer and that is a unique environment. And around the Christmas season this means holiday spirit. But like many businesses, coffee houses are suffering in the economic down turn and in most cases there is not a great deal of money to spare on a large inventory that can only be used for six to eight weeks out of the year.
Fortunately, BaristaWorks.com has just released a line of seasonally themed coffee cups. BaristaWorks.com is a company focused on smaller coffee retailers. There are dozens of coffee supply companies online that sell coffee cups, straws and coffee cup lids in bulk, but most of these come with large minimum purchases and expensive shipping fees. BaristaWorks.com has neither.
BaristaWorks.com carries a variety of coffee cups and lids. And now they carry the seasonal supplies that would help enliven a coffee shop with the holiday spirit. In the spirit of caring, this distributor even offers products that are "green." These earth-friendly products meet the needs of the eco-conscious buyers.
It is just not economically sound planning to buy any large amount of coffee cups and supplies that will only be good for six to eight weeks. So, as this holiday season begins, it might a good idea to plan smart and use a distributor that allows a low minimum purchase.
In these economic times it is increasingly important that everyone find a way to bring in the holidays at a lower price. Find the interesting holiday designs, buy them at an economical price and in the right quantity and who knows, there could be enough capital left over to get some of those cute Christmas stuffed animals.
For more information please visit http://www.Baristaworks.com